Call for proposals to host future ISLS annual meetings

The International Society for the Learning Sciences (ISLS) invites proposals from organizations interested in hosting future ISLS Annual Meetings. These meetings will feature concurrent Learning Sciences and CSCL programs in a joint, annual event. Proposals to host the meeting in 2023 and onwards are solicited from current ISLS members from organizations around the world.

Interested potential organizers are asked to submit a two-page letter of interest that should include a brief statement of the proposed theme for the conference, a range of dates that can be accommodated, strengths of the organizers, advantages of the proposed hosting institution, benefits of the location, and any special opportunities offered by the surrounding areas. Letters of interest must be submitted by March 31, 2020. All letters of interest will be evaluated by the ISLS Conference Committee.

Interested organizations should submit letters of intent to Oskar Lindwall, ISLS Conference Committee chair, at [email protected]. Interested parties are encouraged to contact Oskar Lindwall for more details. NOTE: Only ISLS members in good standing are eligible to submit proposals to host the Society’s Annual Meeting.

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